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KiDi ridicules Mr. Drew's response to losing the TGMA Best Collaboration award
KiDi ridicules Mr. Drew's response to losing the TGMA Best Collaboration award

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KiDi ridicules Mr. Drew’s response to losing the TGMA Best Collaboration award

KiDi has responded to Mr. Drew’s remarks about losing the Best Collaboration of the Year award at the 25th Telecel Ghana Music Awards (TGMA) to.

During a recent interview with 3music, Mr. Drew expressed his disappointment, claiming his song “Case” was the most influential in that category.

He argued that featuring an unknown artist and achieving significant success should have secured him the award, stating, “No song was bigger or more impactful than ‘Case.’”

He believed he deserved the award over KiDi because “Case” was the most significant song in that category.

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“I was disappointed not to win the award. No song was bigger or more impactful than ‘Case’ in that category.

To feature an artist that nobody knew and for the song to become that big and change both artists’ lives is the impact we are looking for.

Isn’t that what collaboration means? It didn’t make sense to me,” he said. Despite his disappointment, Mr. Drew mentioned he holds no ill will toward KiDi.

In response, KiDi posted a sarcastic reaction video on X, seemingly mocking Mr. Drew’s comments, which has since sparked numerous reactions on the platform.

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The Telecel Ghana Music Awards 2024 took place on June 1, 2024, with Stonebwoy winning seven trophies during the event.

KiDi won Best Collaboration of the Year, beating Mr. Drew, Oseikrom Sikani, Amerado, King Paluta, FRA, and Akwaboah to secure the award.

The 25th TGMA, hosted by the charismatic Chris Attoh and the elegant Naa Ashorkor, was a night of musical enchantment.

The stage came alive with performances from stars including King Promise, Kuami Eugene, Mr. Drew, Efya, Amaarae, Nacee, King Paluta, Mzbel, Okyeame Kwame, Reggie Rockstone, and Amerado.

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Each act showcased the richness of Ghanaian music and its undeniable global appeal.

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